When we’re not listening to dub, we do sometimes wander into the disco world and our good friend Black Shag over at the excellent Beat Electric blog was very nice to call our own stephen a “reggae don” a title hardly deserving but much appreciated.
“Shag” did find this awesome Frankie Paul disco dub cut – “Funky Reggae Party”
Much more available on Soundcloud from the BananaKlan
Download riddims in midi format? lovingly “hand”-sequenced for your production needs – BaroqueDub.co.uk has put together some of the most popular riddims in midi format. So stick em in your favourite sequencer – get your favourite toaster / singer / deejay / poet / and enjoy. Excellent mixes… great blog.
Sleng Teng, Stalag, Rockfort Rock, Queen Majesty, Real Rock, The Whip – they’re all there….
The simple digi-riddim bassline line that changed dancehall forever.
Riddim Magazine – now available via the always excellent turntablelab.com – published in Germany, now available in english a magazine with excellent writing and beautiful photography.
“RIDDIM already looks back on 20 issues and has been Germany’s mouthpiece for Reggae and Dancehall since 2001. During these years, we have acquired an international staff comprised of the best authors and photographers from the UK, France, the USA and naturally Jamaica, all of whom share our abiding passion for Reggae and feel the need to tell the world about it. However love has not made us blind. Therefore, you’ll not find us eulogizing about all and sundry or calling everything that glitters gold. Instead, the music, its key players and cultural proclivities will, at times, be critically scrutinized both from an insider’s point of view and a bird’s eye perspective.”
the world cup dubs the meaning of our “dub worldwide” tag more than any dub we can
we are dub world, united in dub – enjoy the beauty of the dub game – enjoy who we are – as a world together in respect and unity
Reading, UK to Leipzeig, DE – Dub Worldwide
Unity-legend Mikey Murka on a classic old-school digital smasher – a true hymn on the good sensimilla! Apart from Mikey’s incredible vocal niceness this one includes rocking drummachine action, original spliff lighting sounds, smoked out surprises from beginning to end and loads of good vibes
dublinks 03 May 2006 09:21 pm
Folks we are being in-undated (that means we get ~10-15 emails a day about links) with link requests faster than we can check them out and post them on dub.com.
Would it be a good idea to post them here first and see what the feedback is like on each and then decide? You can log-in and post a comment.
Also – if you see a link that is broken or domain squatted (i.e. you get a search page or some bullshit) let us know. We don’t want to waste your time looking at crap sites.
Barbes-D has some nice tracks on versionist